Whether you deliver your little one vaginally or by cesarean section, the pelvic floor muscles can become weak from pregnancy. These hammock like muscles span from the front to the back of the bony part of the pelvis and support...Read More >
It seems that Kegel exercise trainers are popping up everywhere these days. Vaginal weights, Kegel balls, vaginal eggs, jade eggs, and electronic Kegel trainers are becoming prevalent choices for training the pelvic floor muscles. We decided to look...Read More >
Why do women experience urinary incontinence, or bladder leakage? Stress urinary incontinence (SUI) is the accidental leakage of urine while coughing, sneezing, laughing,...Read More >
Even though many women leak a little when they laugh, there is nothing funny or enjoyable about urinary stress incontinence. When a woman’s pelvic floor muscles become weak, usually during or after pregnancy or as a result of normal aging,...